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⇑⇑⇑YOU CAN SEARCH FOR EVENTS OR PLACES BY SELECTING THE DROP DOWN MENU HERE⇑⇑⇑

 

The Steampunk Events Directory is a place where you can list your event for all 28,000 monthly readers of Steampunk Journal to see. Below are the instructions for inputting a new event, but if you have any issues, please feel free to contact me on matt@steampunkjournal.org and I’ll help in any way I can.

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Please ensure that you create a profile by inputting an email and password before using the system so that you can add other events at a later date.

PLEASE NOTE: ENSURE YOU SELECT “EVENTS” IF YOU HAVE A STEAMPUNK EVENT AND SELECT “PLACES” IF YOU HAVE A POINT OF INTEREST

 

To the right of these instructions where it says My Dashboard, click the first drop down and select one of the following:

Places:

This is for a place of interest that you think steampunks will benefit from visiting such as a museum on the industrial age, a particularly good vintage shop, Victorian gardens or buildings etc. This is not for social gatherings.

Events:

This is for steampunk events such as festivals, gatherings, punknics, book launches, product launches, radio shows, panels etc.

(Nb, if you’re unsure which to choose, please email me and I’ll help guide you)

 

The page will load to an input page.

 

Add the title of your event or place.

 

Write a description for your event or place. A spell checker is available if necessary.

 

Add any relevant keywords to increase possible searches finding your listing.

 

Choose a Category (if you can’t find one that fits, please select Steampunk Event and email me with a more precise suggestion and I’ll update it).

 

Add the address of your listing and click “Set Address on Map”.

 

Ensure the correct location has been found.

 

Add the times of the Event or relevant opening times of the place.

 

Add contact details and Social Media/web links.

 

In the final box feel free to add images to the listing, but please don’t go wild. Limit it to around 10 and if possible, please ensure they’re save for web quality or at most around 1000 pixels on the longest side and around 60% quality.

 

Press Review Your Listing and Submit once it’s correct

 

Once your listing is complete, feel free to share it on your social media profile and pages.

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  • The Coldharbour Mill Steampunk Weekend

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